Want to get involved in ISO climate standards?

May 31, 2017, by Tom Baumann

When I wrote my first blog post about ISO greenhouse gas (GHG) standards in January 2014, I had not imagined the rapid expansion in climate standards to come. At that …

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Enhanced Technical Capacity in Turkey

May 26, 2017, by Stelios Pesmajoglou

At the end of April, the GHG Management Institute (GHGMI), as part of an international consortium [1], successfully completed a 28-month long project in Turkey. Funded by the European Union, …

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Trump’s Properties and Energy Star

April 26, 2017, by Lisa Hanle

CNN requested information regarding energy use and the energy star program with regards to President Trump’s properties.  The article quoted a piece of our statement: The Greenhouse Gas Management Institute, …

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Director John-O Niles selected for Mulago Foundation fellowship

April 20, 2017, by Patrick Cage

The Carbon Institute Director John-O Niles has been selected by the Mulago Foundation as one of the inaugural Conservation Fellows for his work to build forest carbon accounting capacity with The Carbon …

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Featured in IKI News

April 6, 2017, by John-O Niles

The Carbon Institute was featured on the front page of IKI News, the publication of the International Climate Initiative. In March 2017, The Carbon Institute’s International Advisory Panel issued a new …

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Let’s Ask Jim

February 28, 2017, by Bill Irving

In Memory of James Michael Penman (1950 – 2016) For the growing community of professionals who, as part of their routine work, make use of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate …

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Support Public Greenhouse Gas Data

February 22, 2017, by Michael Gillenwater

This is an open call for Americans to support public greenhouse gas data. The draft U.S. GHG Inventory comment period closes March 17th. My early professional experience working on climate …

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Initiative for Climate Action Transparency Spotlight

January 30, 2017, by Molly White

The Initiative for Climate Action Transparency (ICAT) is building a methodological framework for countries to use to transparently measure and assess the impacts of climate policies and actions. This includes …

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We Hope

December 19, 2016, by Lisa Hanle

Unexpected transitions bring on strong emotions, and emotions are running high right now. Domestically and internationally, daily news stories raise questions as to whether the new U.S. President will wipe …

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We Mourn

November 29, 2016, by Michael Gillenwater

It was November of 2000 in Washington DC. I was on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court, as a 30 year-old staff member at the US EPA working in …

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